The Nittany Lions' field hockey team will keep their fight going as they take on two nonconference opponents this weekend.
The No. 6 Lions (6-2) are back on the road this weekend after their shut out against Lock Haven, 5-0, on Wednesday.
The Lions had great support through out the game Wednesday night as all five goals were scored by different players.
The Lions will be traveling to Bethlehem, Pa., where they will be competing against Lehigh on Friday night. The team will then make its way to New Jersey, where it will take on Monmouth on Saturday.
Head coach Charlene Morett said the Lions are going into the weekend with the
mindset of just taking it day at a time.
“Playing on the road is never easy,” Morett said “And I know these teams are going to be excited about us coming to their fields so I hope we just rest up, get a little bit more healthy and take it one game at a time.”